7 replies, 8 voices Last updated by  Julia 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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  • #4428

    Harold S. Jackson
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    @haroldsjackson

    About taking whey protein.

  • #4429

    Louis S. Daugherty
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    @LouisSDaugherty

    A good, high-quality weigh protein is perfectly safe. Lower quality brands are not necessarily dangerous to consume, it’s just they often contain more inferior ingredients such as fillers, unhealthy sugars, and unnecessary amounts of carbs from bad sources such as GMO corn. These won’t harm you but you could be wasting your money and not making much of a difference on your health at all.

    Some protein supplements are difficult to digest because of these extra ingredients. Also, the whey protein is most likely not from healthy grass fed cows, which could also affect quality and efficacy. A good quality protein supplement should be clean, easy to digest, and help you reach your weight loss or weight gain goals.

    The quality of the protein could have an effect on your long or short-term results but neither source dangerous. One source is just better quality and is much more effective.

  • #4455

    Grace Smith
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    @gracesmith.dream

    Whey protein is a mixture of globular proteins isolated from whey, the liquid material created as a by-product of cheese production.

    It is good and brings a lot of benefit to our body, however, there are also disadvantage of taking whey protein.

    Benefits:
    Aiding weight loss
    Anti-cancer properties
    Lowering cholesterol
    Asthma
    Blood pressure and cardiovascular disease
    Reducing weight loss in people with HIV

    Possible danger:
    stomach pains
    cramps
    reduced appetite
    nausea
    headache
    fatigue

    If you want to be physically fit, you must have eaten fruits and vegetables, vitamins and minerals with a proper exercise. Organic fruits and vegetables are one of the best food to add to your diet. By eating organic products, you are lowering the level of chemicals you have consumed every day. See more here at WHY ORGANICS.

  • #4456

    Gatlin Fernandes
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    @Gatlin

    Whey protein is among the most widely researched and proven supplements — both for regular folks looking for that extra protein, and for hardcore bodybuilders. In short, it’s medically safe.

    So unless you have a pre-existing medical condition, taking whey protein is one of the safest and effective sources of protein (next only to organic dietary protein). For any sort of strenuous workout or weight training, it is almost a given to have a whey protein concoction (along with BCAA) pre-workout or post-workout.

    The only advice I would give is to insure that you get a high quality whey protein isolate or explore the idea of making your own protein blend.

  • #5040

    Peter
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    @Luxirt

    Whey protein can be separated from the casein in milk or formed as a by-product of cheese making. Whey protein is considered a complete protein as it contains all 9 essential amino acids. It is low in lactose content.

  • #8748

    Miller
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    @miller

    When taken in appropriate amounts, whey protein appears to be safe. Some research suggests that whey protein might cause gastrointestinal discomfort. However, there’s limited data on the possible side effects of high protein intake from a combination of food and supplements

  • #13567

    Shireesha
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    @shireesha

    Whey protein is one of the most popular supplements on the planet.

    But despite its many health benefits, there’s some controversy surrounding its safety.

    Some claim that too much whey protein can damage the kidneys and liver and even cause osteoporosis.

    This article provides an evidence-based review of whey protein’s safety and side effects.

    Whey protein is a popular fitness and dietary supplement.

    It’s made from whey, which is the liquid that separates from milk during the cheese-making process. The whey is then filtered, refined and spray-dried into whey protein powder.

    There are three main types of whey protein. The key difference between them is how they are processed (1).

    Whey protein concentrate: Contains roughly 70–80% protein. It’s the most common type of whey protein and has more lactose, fat and minerals from milk.
    Whey protein isolate: Contains 90% protein or more. It’s more refined and has less lactose and fat, but it also contains fewer beneficial minerals.
    Whey protein hydrolysate: This form is pre-digested, allowing your body to absorb it faster.
    Whey protein is a popular choice among athletes, fitness enthusiasts and people wanting to build muscle or lose weight.

    Studies show it can help you recover from exercise, build muscle and strength and even lose weight by reducing your appetite and boosting your metabolism (2, 3, 4).

    Whey protein is also a complete source of protein, meaning it contains all the essential amino acids. Your body cannot make essential amino acids, so it’s important to get enough of them from your diet.

    You can take whey protein simply by mixing it with water or a liquid of your choice.

    Despite its health benefits, some people are concerned about its safety.

    That said, whey protein is safe for most people and a convenient way to increase your protein intake. You can buy protein supplements online at doorsteop delivery with best discounts.

    • #14412

      Julia
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      @juliakuz

      The friend of mine takes it, and he has no problems.

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